School of Law

  • Conferences

  • Past conferences

    • Futures of Gender: Theoretical Perspectives in an Interdisciplinary Framework

      This is a Research conference for the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty. It is an opportunity for Humanities and Social Sciences researchers to learn about the different research taking place across the Faculty. Dean of HSS Faculty Prof Anne-Marie Kilday, will launch the event as our keynote speaker. There will be a total of 15 papers throughout the day via five panels on the themes of 'Theorising Gender', 'Masculinities', 'Femininities', 'Intersectionality', and the 'Public and Private Spheres of Gender'. Staff from all departments, offering diverse perspectives will present papers to which all HSS Faculty Staff and Research Students are welcome. A sit-down lunch will be served with time for discussion and networking among attendees, there will also be opportunities for questions following each paper. Oxford Brookes Vice-Chancellor, Prof Janet Beer will provide closing comments to the proceedings and a drinks reception will follow, at the end of what we imagine will be a lively and engaging day.
      24 May 2013

    • SJS/ISA Caribbean Law Conference

      Constitutional Reform and the Commonwealth Caribbean: Democratic Legitimacy and Constituent Power
      19 April 2013

    • Hate and Blame Colloquium

      The purpose of this colloquium is to bring together practitioners and academics to discuss current themes and issues relating to the implementation of hate crime law in this country.
      29 June 2012

    • Minorities and Islam

      Minorities and Islam

      Shariah Perspectives Teleconference
      23 January 2012

    • Shariah and Legal Globalisation Conference

      Shariah and Legal Globalisation Conference

      The Group takes a legal perspective on how law and religion interact, focussing on the individual believer, the religious organisation, and the State.
      14 June 2010

    • International Law Association Conference

      Annual conference of the British Branch of the International Law Association (ILA) hosted by the School of Law
      15 April 2010